with Tanaya Winder, "Girl on Fire"
|Tuesday||4:00 pm||5:00 pm|
Tagged as: Celebration
Dream Warriors is a collective of artists who seek to empower others to embody, teach, and live their heartwork. Artists travel to various Indigenous communities throughout Turtle Island to speak, perform, and teach self-empowerment workshops to help others find healthy outlets to address personal, historical, ancestral, and intergenerational traumas through art. Ultimately, their goal is to help communities heal by providing hope, light, and inspiration. On the show you’ll hear music and spoken word by Dream Warriors artists: Frank Waln, Tanaya Winder, Tall Paul, Lyla June, Mic Jordan, Def-I, Wanbli Ceya, and more! Host Tanaya Winder “Girl on Fire” will also share reflections on the communities and reservations artists have visiting since Dream Warriors began in 2015.
Tanaya Winder is a writer, educator, motivational speaker, and performance poet from the Southern Ute, Duckwater Shoshone, and Pyramid Lake Paiute Nations. She grew up on the Southern Ute Indian reservation and attended college at Stanford University where she earned a BA in English and the University of New Mexico where she received an MFA in creative writing. Since then she has co-founded As/Us: A Space for Women of the World and founded Dream Warriors, an Indigenous artist management company. She guest lectures, teaches creative writing workshops, and speaks at high schools, universities, and communities internationally. Tanaya writes and teaches about different expressions of love (self love, intimate love, social love, community love, and universal love); she is an advocate of heartwork and believes everyone has a gift they’ve been placed on this earth to share.